Throughout the year 2022, Forsyth Woman highlighted many new and long-standing small businesses that serve the Clemmons community day after day. In light of the new year, here’s a quick recap of some of Clemmons’s finest locations.
Wingo’s Fine Jewelry
Since working in the jewelry industry at the age of 14, Danny Wingo of Wingo’s Fine Jewelry has grown a strong appreciation for jewelry, and an even stronger affinity for providing unmatched customer service. While customers are able to shop for valuables such as engagement rings and wedding bands, Wingo’s also carries high-end watches, designer rings, pearls, and more. Danny and his team stay busy fulfilling custom jewelry orders from clients and working hard to find a design that will perfectly suit individual customers’ preferences. Visit Wingo’s Fine Jewelry in-person at 2503 Lewisville Clemmons Rd, or call (336) 766-8505 to speak to a team member. Check out Wingo’s Fine Jewelry on Facebook and shop online at www.wingosfinejewelry.com.
Clemmons consignment shop Carolina Vintiques is notorious among customers for its charming interior, welcoming staff, and never-ending influx of distinctive modern and vintage home furnishings and decor. In December, Carolina Vintiques celebrated its second anniversary at its Clemmons location at 2550 Lewisville Clemmons Road. Seven full-time vendors, including shop owner Shelle, share floor space in Carolina Vintiques, which generates a constant flow of new, unique inventory for customers. Visit the store in-person and stay posted on the latest news and updates from Carolina Vintiques on Facebook and Instagram. For custom orders and other inquiries, call (336) 829-1173 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Triad staple for the last 10 years, TRU Taekwondo serves and nurtures others, helps Taekwondo students of all ages achieve excellence, and celebrates the success of its staff and students. TRU’s newest campus in Clemmons serves as the perfect middle ground for students and families situated between TRU’s Advance/Bermuda Run and Country Club Road locations. TRU’s Clemmons location functions as an academy, where current members, masters, instructors, and leadership team members can interact with Grand Master Douglas at different intervals. Visit TRU online at www.trutkd.com to read more about TRU’s team, mission, and class schedules. Check out TRU on Facebook and follow the team on Instagram at @trutkd to stay updated on the latest news from the TRU crew. Meet the staff and tour TRU’s newest Clemmons location at 600 Meadowbrook Mall Court Ste 5, or call the campus directly at (336) 448-0152.
Jack’s New Grass
Jack’s New Grass is the Triad’s go-to spot for outdoor power equipment sales and repairs. Family-owned Jack’s New Grass has been servicing the greater Triad area since 1981, and offers customer tutorials on how to safely operate new purchases. The team performs demos outside the shop and won’t allow customers to leave before they feel completely at ease operating the equipment on their own. Single ladies looking to tend to their grass are in luck, as Jack’s New Grass carries a fair share of lightweight equipment. Jack’s New Grass also offers convenient delivery services for customers who don’t have the means to tow their heavy equipment home. Visit the shop’s website at www.jacksnewgrass.com, and find Jack’s New Grass on WXII and Fox 8. Check out the team on Facebook and Instagram at @jacksnewgrass.
Full Moon Oyster Bar
Full Moon Oyster Bar is notorious for its dynamic dining experience, fresh oysters and seafood entrees, and one-of-a-kind team of dedicated employees. Full Moon president Randy Russell puts just as much effort into the food at Full Moon as he puts into creating a close-knit workplace for his staff. Much of the Clemmons’ location’s positive employee morale and strikingly low turnover rates for two decades can be attributed to management’s mission in taking care of its team. Full Moon Oyster Bar patrons are intrigued by menu items with a Cajun flair such as the spicy Shrimp Entoufee and the New Orleans-inspired Crawfish & Alligator Cheesecake. While chowing down on North Carolina gold and cold water oysters, diners never know who they’re going to sit next to each visit. To learn more, visit www.fullmoonoysterbar.com, check out the team’s Facebook page, and follow @fullmoonoysterbarclemmons on Instagram. Visit the Clemmons location for dinner at 1473 River Ridge Dr., and call the store at (336) 712-8200 to speak to a team member.
Perfect for new homeowners looking to fill a new space with something old, or consignment connoisseurs in search of unique finds for their homes or offices, Treasures Décor has something in store for everyone. In March, shop owner Tony Hinkle and his team moved Treasures Décor into a brand new location complete with 3,500 additional square feet and a striking storefront visible to customers at 2671 Lewisville-Clemmons Road. With added floor space, customers can spend hours browsing the new location’s designer furniture pieces, taking advantage of some of the best consignment deals in the Triad. Shopping at Treasures Décor is an environmentally friendly way to fill up your new living space. Rather than tossing old furniture in landfills that could easily be salvaged, individuals are able to pass their pieces on to be refurbished and reused by new owners. If you have pieces that are clean and in great condition, send photos to email@example.com or call the team at 336-306-9341 to learn more about the consignment process. Visit www.treasuresdecor.net to learn more about Treasures Décor’s requirements for accepting consignment pieces, along with information on the pick-up process.
Our Banqueting Table
Owned by Jessup and Annie Marion, Our Banqueting Table is a furniture and décor store focused on Fair Trade and shopping with a purpose. Sales at Our Banqueting Table have helped provide food to families throughout Northwest North Carolina through Second Harvest Food Bank. Additionally, Our Banqueting Table supports Mercy House Global, which strives to rescue women in Kenya from human trafficking and invest in their education and occupational skills to prevent them from returning to a life of trafficking. Fair Trade is near and dear to the Marion family’s hearts, which is why they are dedicated to making sure Our Banqueting Table is a cog in the wheel of ending worldwide suffering. Our Banqueting Table sells a wide variety of industrial, modern furniture and accent pieces, as well as pieces with a chic, farmhouse flair. Head to 2685 Lewisville-Clemmons Road in Clemmons on Tuesdays through Saturdays to shop around. Read more about the business and browse online inventory at www.ourbanquetingtable.com, or call the store directly at (336) 448-5058 to speak to a team member. Check out the shop’s Facebook page and follow @ourbanquetingtable on Instagram to stay up to date on the team’s latest news.
Stylists at Beautifully Hypnotic Hair Salon are well-versed in leaving their clients with strong, shiny hair and countless smiles. Open since April 2021, salon owners Debi Marion and Nicholas Pettenati set out to create a warm, welcoming environment for clients and stylists alike. At Beautifully Hypnotic, clients are offered a wide variety of services, from top-notch color, conditioning treatments, perms, up-styles and makeup for weddings, along with hair extensions, highlights, keratin treatments, lash and brow services, and hair tattoos. Additionally, barber services such as men’s haircuts and beard and mustache trims are provided, in addition to a hot towel treatment. To book an appointment or consultation online, and to view a list of services offered, visit the salon’s website at www.beautifullyhypnotichairsalon.com. To keep up with the latest news from the salon, follow @beautifullyhypnotichairsalon on Instagram and check out the team’s Facebook page. Walk-in appointments are also welcome. Visit the salon in person at 6353 Cephis Drive.